As Expected, Singapore Okays ‘Foreign Influence’ Law
Human rights organizations, local civil society organizations object
The Singapore parliament has passed a law against foreign interference in its politics and society for which there is no apparent need unless it is to be used against the government’s critics, possibly including critical news media writing from overseas, via a tribunal that can set its own parameters outside the court system under the country’s Internal…
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